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Piranha Sails - Any Info?

The extensive Sailnet search brought nothing on the subject.

Anyone here in New England , or anywhere for that matter, have Piranha Sails or experience with them? It's a one man shop out of Marblehead, MA. The owner/sailmaker was once the lead sail designer for Doyle in the Northeast.


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If it is a one-man shop, might be better to say who the one-man is. If he was any good, his name has probably got some sea cred with sailors.


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Just came across this post by accident. If you're still looking, Piranha Sails is run by Chris Caldwell. I have a main and 155% for my Ranger 28 that I'm very happy with - they significantly improved our performance in PHRF.

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